Apple will officially introduce the iPhone 12 next week, but a new leak may have revealed the launch info for the new devices to help you decide which one you're interested in.
Details on the features, pricing, and launch dates of the iPhone 12 series have been posted by Kang, who has been the source of many accurate Apple leaks in the past. The leak says that all four phones will have a Super Retina XDR screen as well as a new "Ceramic Shield" front glass that will increase the hardness and resistance to drops.
The iPhone 12 is also expected to include 15W wireless charging that will use the name MagSafe, which Apple previously used for its magnetic laptop charging cables. It's said that Apple will sell an official MagSafe magnetic charging case for the iPhone 12 as well as a MagSafe wireless charger and a MagSafe Duo Charger that will likely charge two devices at once.
All four models will reportedly include 5G connectivity, though millimeter wave (mmWave) support is said to be limited to the US models. The iPhone 12 series is also said to have a Smart Data Mode that will intelligently flip between 4G and 5G as needed, like switching to 5G for big downloads, to help conserve battery life.
Apple is also expected to include Dolby Vision video recording with all four iPhones. It's said that Apple has improved the Deep Fusion and Night Mode camera features of the iPhone 12 series and that Smart HDR is also being upgraded.
Here are some other details of each iPhone 12 model, including their possible pre-order and pricing info:
iPhone 12 mini (5.4-inch)
iPhone 12 (6.1-inch)
iPhone 12 Pro (6.1-inch)
iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch)
Lastly, today's report mentions that Apple is prepping a HomePod Mini smart speaker. It's said to be 3.3 inches tall (the original HomePod is 6.8 inches) with an S5 processor and a $99 price tag. It'll reportedly be available for pre-order starting November 6/7 and will launch on November 16/17.